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Fig. 6


Left:best-fitting galaxy power spectra given the halo occupation distribution model fits for VIPERS galaxies in de la Torre et al. (2013). We examine five luminosity thresholded samples from MB < −22.0 to MB < −20 at z = 0.8. The HALOFIT matter power spectrum (black curve) and linear power spectrum (dashed curve) are overplotted. The galaxy power spectra are consistent with a luminosity-dependent constant bias model with respect to HALOFIT up to k = 1   h /Mpc. Right: values for the clustering ratio ηR(3R) are computed for the VIPERS galaxy power spectra. We find an agreement with the HALOFIT prediction at the 2% level at all scales down to R = 4   h-1 Mpc.

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